# Quantitative Aptitude Tutorials: Logical Reasoning problem solved example with shortcuts

Simple solution for the logical reasoning problem Tutorials on quantitative aptitude

# Speed Maths Tutorial: Shortcut method to find square root of a number

Quick and easy technique to find square root of a number Quick maths Tutorial. Easy Speed Maths Tutorial.

# Quantitative Aptitude Tutorial: Shortcut method for multiplication, Easy method to multiply

How to multiply large numbers using shortcut method Quantitative Aptitude Tutorials – Shortcut and simple method to multiply large numbers

# Quantitative Aptitude Tutorial: Shortcut method to find multiplication of large numbers

Shortcut and easy method for multiplication of large numbers,Quantitaive aptitude numerical calculation Quantitative Aptitude Tutorials – How to multiply two large numbers using shortcut method. Numeric calculation shortcut method.

# Quantitative Aptitude: Shortcut Method and Time and Distance Problem on Trains

Quantitative Aptitude Tutorials: Shortcut Method and Time and Distance Problem on Trains Train meeting time calculation. Easy method to solve time and distance problem on trains.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Probability of getting atleast one head in a simutaneous throw of two coins

Problem on probability. Coin tossing problem in probability.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Shortcut Method for Percentage Calculation Problem

Easy Mathematics. Mind calculation for percentage problems. A shortcut method.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Simple Interest Problem

Solved Example of Simple interest calculation.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Solving Quadratic Equation

Solved Example to find the nature of the roots of the equation

# Quantitative Aptitude : Problem on Numbers

Solved example of numerical problem.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Problem on probability of getting a lottery prize

Solution to the probability problem in getting a prize in lottery.

# Quantitative Aptitude : Probability problem on tossing dice and getting a prime number sum

Solution to the probability problem of tossing dice and getting the sum as a prime number.